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years ago for the president. joe biden is working on a plan and it will take a lot of blocking and tackling and it won't happen in a year. >> i think there is some possibility of keeping the guns out of the hand of mentally ill is some place you can find a compromise. an assault weapons ban is much harder especially as senator feinstein is going to impose a broader definition of what an assault weapon is. it was hard enough to get that through in '94, when the definition is pretty squirrelly. if you tighten that up, it will be nigh on impossible. >> o'donnell: president obama is going to have a big change in his cabinet, most likely, in 2013. if you look at the big four-- justice department, treasury, defense, and state. all of those are likely leaving at some point in the next year. is that, michael, a concern at all for president obama that there could be that many top people, especially in national security roles-- that are moving on and you'll have new there? >> it's usually disrupting to have to find replacements and in this environment try to get them confirmed. i think s
would love to see what comes out of the committee. i think with vice president biden putting together a holistic approach to the challenges we face as a nation, looking at the opportunity we have to seriously address all the issues from mental illness to other issues, understanding what happened and why. after we have those answers we'll be in a much better position to decide the path forward. >> schieffer: let's talk a little bit about the fiscal cliff. you know, the speaker took a deal to the president, and then took it to his own caucus, and he didn't have the votes. he couldn't deliver the votes to guarantee his own proposal. what happens now? >> well, i think it's important for us to note that the house has acted already. the house, we've passed sequestration on four occasion. we've extend all the tax cuts and now we wait for a response from the other side. we stand prepared to be here in washington whenever the president or the senate has a proposal that we can take and act on. >> schieffer: but, you know, congressman, i mean, with all respect, it seems like both sides are sayin
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